The Propriae auctoritates apostolicae sedis

These are the proper powers of the apostolic see:

1. Only the Roman pontiff can be held universal, as the council of Chalcedon bears witness.

2. Only the Roman church is universal and mother of all.

3. Only he can summon universal councils

4. No synod can be called valid without the pope's agreement.

5. No scripture is of authentic authority without his authority

6. Who does not agree to the decrees of the apostolic see is to be considered a heretic.

7. The pope may be judged by no one, even if he should deny the faith, as is seen from [Pope] Marcellinus.

8. Who delivers a judgment against him should be deposed, as is seen from Dioscurus.

9. No bishop can or should be deposed without his consent

10. Only he can determine cases of episcopal deposition.

11. All others can do nothing without him.

12. Bishops may not be changed from one see to another without his judgment.

13. One bishopric may not be made into two, nor two or several be made into many, nor can new bishoprics be erected without his judgment.

14. He may at any time establish new decrees and modify old ones.

15. The Roman church by a singular privilege closes and opens the heavens to whomever it wishes, as Pope Julius testifies.

16. All, even laymen, may appeal to it.

17. No one may appeal from it.

18. The pope's judicial decision may not be overturned by anyone except him himself or one of his successors.

19. He may excommunicate the disobedient throughout the whole world, and no one may reconcile them without his consent.

20. He may reconcile those excommunicated by others.

21. No patriarch, unless he is confirmed by the pope in synodal letters, may be considered a true one.

22. Only the pope may depose bishops, even patriarchs.

23. No cleric may accuse his bishop, unless he should deviate from the faith or disperse the possessions of his church, but on the pope's order someone who withdraws from an accusation against a bishop shall be deposed.

24. The pope may take such bishoprics as he wishes away from archbishops and at will divide them, reduce them or otherwise deal with them.
Only the pope sends preachers into all parts of the world and consecrates or deals with bishops [i.e. in areas newly converted and without an established church]

25. Only the pope may make privileges of immunity for all monasteries, as blessed Gregory [I] bears witness.

26. All powers of the world are subject to the pope, as Clement and Gelasius bear witness.

27. He may change kingdoms, as did Gregory, Stephen, and Adrian.

28. No one may consecrate any basilica without the pope's consent.

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30. No bishop may be consecrated to the church of St Peter except the pope.

31. No bishop may be ordained pope.

32. In processions, only the pope may bear the insignia which are called the kingdom, together with the other imperial ornaments.

33. He alone may use the pallium at all masses or processions, by ancient custom.

34. He alone may use a red hat in imitation of the empire or of martyrs.

35. He alone, when entering mass, may be covered by a linen cloth stretched out by its four corners.

36. He alone may use a golden rose in mid-Lent to signify Christ's passion.

37. He alone, when feasting with bishops and his clerics at Easter, may do so lying down.

H. Mordek, 'Proprie auctoritates apostolice sedis. Ein zweiter Dictatus papae Gregors VII.?', Deutsches Archiv für Erforschung des Mittelalters 28 (1972), pp. 105-32 Translated by T. Reuter.